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Coonamble Bore. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 February 1913

Ooonamblo Bore* At Coonnmblo, on Wednesday, an examination of the local artesian j boro showed uumistakablo signs that ' tho leak is again increasing. .Mr. R. T. Hole, district works olBcer, measured tho flow on Thuradnv. nnd udvised iho local municipal council that tho leak hud iucreasod to 274, 000 gailous per day. Iu July last tbo leak waa 123,000 gallous daily. Thu muuictpal council ngreod luut night that a now boro must bo put dowu beforo noxt summer, or ulso residents jflkst contcnt them&elves with u greatly reduoed supply. Tho promiaod estimate of the coat of a now boro is uot yet to hand from tlio de partment, aud tho council passed a resolution requestiug tho authorities to treat tho matter u* urgent.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sussex Street Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 February 1913

Sussex Street Markets. Practically uo flactuatious occurred m commodities at tlio produco mar kets to-day.- ? Tho intense hcat had tho o fleet of making both buyers aud sellersjndispoeed to do business. . ' Tho weakness in cheesc which is expcctcd to accompany tho fall in butter has not jet shown itself. . .. Largo supplies of bacon are oxpec ted next wcok. . . » « Butter mot with a fair doraaud. Th~e fodder and'gnuh- dep&amp;rtmeuts' ^wpre dnlJ/^Thore iaoveiy indication 'psmiy^ per ^buBheV to-morrow. Another Hhipmeut of Xc^v Zoalaud oats arrived, and a littlo reulised «Js 7d per bushel, but tho bulk sold at to Od. ? . QnotationH : — Wheat, 3s 7d ; chick, 3s 7d to ils Sd ; maize 4s 8d to 4s - lOd : oats, 3s Gd to 3s 8d ; oaten hay, to-£C; lucerne, £3 10 to 15b : flour, £8 7s Gd to sG8 10s ; chaff, £5 to £5. 15s; bran £-1 15s; pollard, .nulled £24 , to £26 ; potatoes. £0 tor£7 ; onions, £0 : buttor, 08s, cwtV eggi, Md dozon; checso, Cjd to 7d j baoon, Od to 10'd: hams. 12dto im.<...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 February 1913

Subscription : INADVANpE I Mfttim.' BOOKED t 6s. per quarter, or 24si r per year.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 February 1913

Advertising Rates; 33. First Inoh. 2s. eaoh additional inoh. ?♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Special Rates for Standing Advertisement!.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MR. GRIFFITH'S DEFENCE. PRIVATE WORKS UNANOIDABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 February 1913

[?] I'KIVATE 'WORKS UNANOID I® ABLE. Ftggj Speakfag at a lunoheon tendered jigg by tho Uabcrfiold-Sammer Hill Bail- , Kjl way League last , week, Mr. Griflith |gg (Minister for Works) mrvdo - a refer; Bmb once to tho attitudo^of tho'teonferonco ' Mai on tho Newcastle ironworks. . I Ho said; — 'Wo aro all slow to i rcaliso that thero can bo two sides, ' aud sometimes ovon three* sides to a question. Vol* instance, all you gon- ! tlemeu hero,' wlio are mostly business and professional. tnen,: consider and quite honestly bolioy^-tLat no Govern ment enterprise alitfcddvbo established ' on any Cold' in- which private enter* priso is : prepared to do tho 'work. 'Last uiglit ? tho 'Labor conference, whoso membera aro, man for man, josfc nsi intelligent, just - ns earnest, just-as patriotic, as yourselves, con demned .me for .' having allowed a private 'firm to establish -ironworks at Newcastle, when the State is not in nf position to do so.. 'The majority . of tho . gontlomqn beliovo quito...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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Mr. M'Gowen Happy. CONFERENCE CENSURE. ONLY A FAMILY BLOW UP. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 February 1913

Mr. M'Gowen Happy. confluence gensuub. ONLY A FAMILY BLOW UI\ $1 ' It is irrevocable. Jt is tho doti- . 8ion of . Parliament.; It cantiut -bo ph undono. It must bo guuu on with.' | Tho Premier lftnt wcok mudu tliiH i ® aunouncomatit on tho subjcct of thu ^ Noivcsstlo ironworks Agreement.' &amp; ? Mr. McGowen said that tho press reports on tho conforonco on tho iron ed works subject word misleading in tp rospect of ' tho inforeneo that no agreoment had boou signed, aud tlmt tho Qovorumont would bo witling io x-.t draw ont of it. Ho had jiovcr-said ? r. or saggoatcd hucIi a- thing. Tho -.v, wholo thing was embodied in tho v. thing which passed Pftrlinmout. Tho Promier was asked if ho ro garded tho resolution of tho Labor ? * Oonferonco ou tho ironworks subject as ono of censure. -3 Mr. McGowen smiled. ' If a man's wife gets on to him,' ho mid, -| ' I sappono it s censuro.' j ' Andis that- tho wuy yon view s tho conference rosoluti-in,mho was! -- asked. | -* Xes,' w«a tho reply. ' ...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"That Cricket Match." [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 February 1913

' That Cricket Match,' Tho ' Murruruudi Times ' in its j last Lusuo commeuU ou tho rcceut cricket match played at Narrabri j (about which oar local players havo bo much or so littlo to say) between tcstns representing Morrurondi aud ' Tho local cricketors journeyed to Narrnbri on Monday, whoro they played a -match against that club. The visitois batted first, and wero uot dir-mift&amp;od till tho respcctablo total of 181 .wn» reached, to which C 'Wenholiand J. R Dooloy, by splon did cricket, contributed 70 and 50 oau respucuany. x«o uumu had Iohi ahont half their wickets for 140 when stumps wero di awn, to allow Morrnrnn i io return by tlio 6 o'clock train, Tho visitois complain that they woro most shabbily treated. Thoro was no ono to moot them at ? tho early morning train, no. hotel accommodation Arranged for, or ovon ? a ? midday luncheon- provided for them. Nuno of tho'Nurrabri players oven went to seo them off. Thoy - muht bo very poor sports up that, way, and tho treatment...

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
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No Rain. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 February 1913

No Rain. Last night a heavy wind and dust storm broko ovor the town and dis trict. There was thundert lightning, black clouds, but uo liquid. At Bur ren Junctiou and other parts of tho district tbo samo conditions pre* prevailed.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Narrabri Rifle Club. A.N.A. MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 February 1913

Narrabri Rifle Club. ???? ? A.N.A. MEETING. ?On Saturday, 2-ith alt., a team of . fivo riflemen journeyed to Sydney to compoto in'ainatch for the A.N.A. ? Cup. ; ? Altogether overSO teams on'-' . vtorod,' aud. shooting, was,' . iu somo. instances, exceptionally moritorious. This was so .with most of tho Syduby mon who were ?on: their accustomed ? range and had au advantago over thoir' eouutry opponents. Novertho* ? less they liad-to use all thoir 14 rifle * * craft'*, iu order to, keop ahead of somo - of- thoao who. wero pressing them very elosoly. ; Narrabri sccured 20th placo iu' the competition,' not a satisfactory posi tiou from tho. teams point of view, ' yot in othoV ways, and considoring ' the diytancd behind of too, many other*;- it -was not a- discredit. Further, auioug those wero sovoral iwbo-had at one liiuo or anothor ' dofeated tlio locals, so that tho satis-, faction thus dorivod holpod iu a way - to make up' for this unsuccessful attempt. . ' ? Mr. Loguii waa highest ...

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Removed. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 February 1913

.Removed. Jlr. J. Davidson, mauagor of tho Govotnmont Savings Dank at Glen Innes, has been removed to Inverell. Mr. Davidson was for somo time manager of tho Bank in Narrabri. Wo congratulate our old towusman opoti his promotion.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 February 1913

''T'. It | ..thcrroiiolvo - ? ro .K.um i tbi- ,'iihNUlNE ..'ASDER '*' EUCALWri EXrRAOl* wbkl» will pro - ' cnie for iuu n lemcUy of »teriinj»- value and ; yod lioin havm- your he... l» tn ' liit.V-i n.'nu* 'i »?»* ra*uy :oHJ.an«l so ?' iJ1j.wO-bv .whf'Ui'ito n' * * I'4 mr.J ' - i-.'i.jr i|rt.i»isinif I' 'be lua'l «b*,! ' « .'iK' UJ li NUlrK. '? X I K A'/ 1' i«. Ji.'S'* *'v'' 'Mail'-.nuUfk ' ?- / -r :r -' 'untf »'»- ?'? 4 ?'?'??ivti ii.Iu'ils* 4inl *»« unrai '? antiMji't . |'04u«'|»otcci fM.m «utu« infection. Liu nrt 1-miifc- p.. aic healed witb»u* ; ;&amp;nbbi»'.v«cthact » ? ' :J.'' ,f |-,v hc -- autlioi'lir. : V' . ? .,..iqu? in ll. ^ncct 1 l.u.riy rellabiUly ' it and ceiive tbr^nefit.* f* - , Ju.t lauded, » largo KSHTa-S®

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 February 1913

Cricket. '? j A club match was played bctwoon tho East and West on Collins Park on Saturday afternoon. Tho gamo was (ato in ttarting, owing to many of tho playors not putting in an up pearnnco until 3 o'clock. Tho West mon woro tho nriuciDal offondora in this respect. By a strango coinci dcnco both te»m8 batted and 6oldcd two men short. Tho East batted first, and it was not long before ninny of the visitors wero wishing tlu»y had stayed at time. Tho mm* camo nt a terrifio rato, tho 200 being knocked up in about au hour and a half. Cortninly tho borvli.ig was.vory looao, nono of thorn heinrr nhln In find n proper Ipngth. West's bowlors will want to got back their form if thoy want lo carry off that 'kit' of tools. Lorking ployed very aggressive cric ket for his runs, his 58 included [a m'co hit out of tho ground for six. Jack Batlor was also very sovoro on tho bowlers, compiling 48 (in which numbered two.sixors) in a very short time. Mngill (30) nnd Hinds (24 not out) gavo a good dis...

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J. D. Williams Co. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 February 1913

J. D. Williams Co. SYDNEY, Saturday i j Tho work of reorganising tho affairs of tho J. D. Williams Com? pany;was advanced a further stop yesterday. Tho services of Mr. J. D. ^Villiam3 woro dispensed with, aud his appointment as managing director waa ciuicolled. ? ' Mr. W. B. Miller succeoda -to tho position of goneral manager, pending ratification at tlio forthcoming moot ing of shareholders. - ' .SYDNEY, Saturday aftoriioon. i 'Jamfes pixon Williams, ;lato maaog ing ' director of'tho J. D; SviUiama Company, was .nrrosted io-dny ou a warrant, and 'Subsoquoutlyi- liberated on bail. ^ The information upon which tho warrant was istuod alleged that Williams, knowing that Frank Lloyd, latei manager of 'tho company, had committed a folouy, did rocoive, har bour. maintain und assist l.iuj, Tho warruut was issued at. thu iu stanco of John Williumson, director of tho company; Williams was released ou bail of £500. Lloyd, whinvas arretted last Mon day at Auckland, for alleged fdrgory, will ro...

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Racing. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 February 1913

| Racing. | Tlio Narrabri Jockey Club will ! hold a race meeting on the Pth nnd j 10th April. Tbo programme will : shortly bo iu hand. J

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Rosehill Races. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 February 1913

' Rosehlll Races. ! Tho Ro^obill raoos. took placo ou Saturday in warm'wo'atlt'oiv Tho at tondauoo was largo. ? Reealta:— .. '' February Stakes, 6 . fur.-^-Barloy Water. . * Granvjlj.0. -Stakes, V mile. — Lady ugvnu)- Javoailo Stakes! 5 furluuga. — Gold Gift. Flying Wolter Handicap. 6 {nr.-— Dr. Hart. . Rosehill Handicap, 1J- miles— Cadonia 1, Dtdus 2, Gavonni 3 (%Ucgford Milo.— Ea 3aut ? ?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. Mr. Beeby Breaks Down. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 February 1913

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Mr« Beeby Breaks Down. I Mr. Bocby is snffcriug from rorroaa I brcsk'dowu. All liis engagements j I have been cancelled. I

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 February 1913

Correspondence. W« ftt« At *11 UtM« wflltef to fnbllth cormpondtnce of «njr public int«r»t, but at Hit it Btut ba durljr nodwitood that *? ilo not orcwarilf #od-jt»* the opinion* Mfnwii-lii1,

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Land Applied For. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 February 1913

- Land Applied For. Stephenson Bros, applied fo? au nual lease 13*5 parish Milohotite, county Baradine, of 1920 acre oi tho 29th ult.

Publication Title: North Western Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STREET WATERING. [To the Editor.] [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 February 1913

STREET WATERING. [To the Editor.] Sir.— In your insno of Jnu. .20, 2913, fhero appears a letter from tho pon of Mr. H Ireland on tho above. Now M,. Irolnnd evidently takes tho romarkfl of certain nldcrmco as a reflection upon hiranelf, Iio boitig the porrfon who supplies tlio water for the purpose of Atreot watering at tho rate of In por 1000 pillons. In tho first | placo 1 wish to sny as an tndividnnl J alderman that I do uot think for a mouiont tlmt any of my biothor al dermen intendu l to coat any reflec tion .upon Mr. Irolaud ; but. I. do think that I can show facts to priovo , that this pentloman is laboring under a great wistako as far ns tho amount of money placod upon tho estimates is conccrncd, also tho spending of snmo. Mr. irolaud tolls an thai iu - jndging tho schomo wo mast tnko into consideration it is only a half- j ecrvico, costing half iho money voted for tho purpose. j ?Tho ' following iigures and facts j will speak for themselves : Tho un- j improved capital value...

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Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 3 February 1913

Polico Court* I [ This morntng beforo JTr. L. Davis, J.P. James Floyd, aged 40, ploodod guilty to being drunk and was finod 10s or 7 days.

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